Catholic Primary School
‘We are growing together on our journey of
achievement with Jesus in our hearts, heads and hands’.
A gentle reminder that parents are NOT permitted to park in the school car park between 8.30-4.45. Please park at the top of Gipsy Lane or Bracknell Football Club.
Each class organises one class assembly during the year and we start with Year 6 working down to Reception Class in the Summer Term.
Our children love to use the internet specially to play games and to communicate with their friends. The way they start using computers and the guidance they are given at this young age can set them on the right path to being safer in later life.
Dear Parents and Carers,
Re: September Opening
St Joseph’s School will reopen for all pupils on Wednesday 2nd September 2020. We are very much looking forward to seeing all the pupils back again – looking smart in their summer uniforms.
St. Joseph’s School have implemented many changes (‘Back to School’ pdf) since lockdown. These changes follow the government guidelines and are recorded in our risk assessment. Our risk assessment identifies the risks related to the coronavirus which are specific to our school. The risk assessment reflects the government guidance, has been discussed with the Local Authority and has been agreed by the Full Governing Body.
The school routine will also be very different from the last time children were at school. Please read and share with your child our Covid Behaviour Principles and our information leaflet ‘ Back to School’ on what to expect when your child arrives at school. Details of all documents i.e risk assessment, ‘Back to school’, Safeguarding Addendum and Behaviour Principles can all be found on the Polices page of this website (Covid 19 information section).
Please be mindful that our school has been open since lockdown and we have already welcomed back nearly half the school by the end of the summer term. Our experience has been very positive and the children have thrived in our safe and caring environment. We look forward to seeing everyone in September.
Mrs. J. Dunlop,
We see God at the centre of the day-to-day life of the school and this is expressed through the concern and respect we have for the efforts and achievements of everyone. We believe that the mark of a successful school is that it values and develops the qualities of each individual.
This is what we try to do.
Mrs. J.Dunlop (Headteacher)